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Women’s Lacrosse Season Preview

Women’s Lacrosse Season Preview

Zachary Pincince, Sports Editor

February 12, 2020

With the spring sports season in a few short weeks, the Chargers women’s lacrosse team is getting ready for another competitive year. Coming off a solid 12-7 season last year, and an exit in the NE-10 semifinals, the Chargers can build off some young talent and veteran leadership from last year. New...

Men’s and Women’s Charger Basketball Recap

Men’s and Women’s Charger Basketball Recap

Tyler Wells, Contributing Writer

February 12, 2020

As the final weeks of the season are flying by for the men’s and women’s basketball teams, each game carries even more significance on the teams’ playoff aspirations for the NE10 tournament. This was especially true as Pace University entered Charger Gymnasium on February 5th for a pair of...

Women’s Basketball Take-down Bridgeport

Women’s Basketball Take-down Bridgeport

Tyler Wells, Contributing Writer

December 10, 2019

The winter sports season is in full swing as the University of Bridgeport made the trip up I-95 to Charger Gymnasium to face off against the New Haven women’s basketball team. It proved to be a good night for the Chargers, who came out with the 55-42 victory over the Purple Knights. Senior Micah...

Women’s Basketball V. The College of Staten Island

Women’s Basketball V. The College of Staten Island

Zachary Pincince, Sports Editor

November 17, 2019

Women’s basketball had their season opener on Saturday where they beat The College of Staten Island, 68-57. New Haven played a solid first quarter of basketball with a handful of players pitching in. During the final seconds of the quarter, junior Brie Pergola knocked down a three-pointer, her...

Women’s Soccer vs Saint Michael’s and Saint Anselm

Women’s Soccer vs Saint Michael’s and Saint Anselm

Zack Pincince, Sports Editor

October 14, 2019

Things started slow on September 24, as the University of New Haven’s women’s soccer team hosted Saint Anselm College in an NE-10 matchup.  The first half was a defensive showdown between the two teams, as neither team was able to score. Saint Anselm took 10 shots, while New Haven took six. ...

Women’s Soccer at Adelphi

Women’s Soccer at Adelphi

Zack Pincince, Sports Editor

October 8, 2019

On Saturday, Oct. 5, Adelphi University Panthers defeated the University of New Haven Chargers women’s soccer team, 1-0, at Garden City, New Jersey. The Chargers came into the match with a record of 2-6-1, while the Panthers came 5-2.  The first half was a defensive battle between the two t...

Women’s Soccer Split Two Matches

Women’s Soccer Split Two Matches

Zack Pincince, Sports Editor

September 30, 2019

On September 11 the Charger’s women’s soccer offense came out strong against Bloomfield University and dominated the game. The most drastic stat was New Haven’s eight corner kicks to Bloomfield’s three, which played a major role in the pressure applied to the Bloomfield defense. The five goals...

en History-Changing Women You (Probably) Haven’t Heard Of

Patricia Oprea

March 30, 2016

As March is Women’s History Month, female-centric articles fill the Internet and events geared towards female students pop up on University of New Haven calendars. However, often the same women are recognized. Although this is in no way a detriment, it is often as repetitive and dry as the rest of...

My SigSuit Dispute

The Charger Bulletin

November 18, 2015

Last Friday was that time of year. No, I’m not talking about when the leaves begin to fall, or when we start to realize that we need to get a 200 percent on our final research paper to pass our class. I’m talking about SigSuit. For those of you who don’t know, SigSuit is a three part pageant which...

Grow A Pair (Of Ovaries)

Kaitlin Mahar

November 11, 2015

I have a slight bone to pick with the University; namely, it’s bathrooms. If you’re thinking in terms of cleanliness, you’re actually wrong - these bathrooms are relatively spotless, especially compared to the deadly weapon of mass destruction that is a gas station bathroom. (Seriously, that’s...

Tease vs. Sleaze: Why Girls Can’t Win

Kaitlin Mahar

October 28, 2015

You meet a guy at a party. He’s cute, seems nice, and you’re both looking to have a good time. But then he suggests you take it a little further and go “somewhere more quiet,” to which you politely decline. What comes next in this scenario? Well you get called a tease, of course. But what if...

Spooked By Halloween Costumes

Kaitlin Mahar

October 7, 2015

The Halloween season is nearly upon us and, with the diabetes-inducing explosion of candy and the wannabe-frightening decorations, comes the quest for the perfect costume. However, a friend of mine recently called my attention to something that truly is fearsome: “sexy” Disney character costumes....

Not Free To Be A Girl

Emma O'Dell

September 30, 2015

The phrase “that time of month” is known nation wide as the time of month when a women starts her menstrual cycle. The word period is a shy word; people edge away from it when it is used to describe a woman in her time of bleeding.  From the average age of 11 to late 50s, a woman will have her period. On...

Thoughts on Comedy From Your Angry Neighborhood Feminist

Kaitlin Mahar

September 24, 2014

There are not enough women in late night comedy. This is just a fact. Watch any late-night TV host or comedy special – The Late Show, Conan, Late Night, etc. – and you’ll see that they all have one thing in common: zero women. The exceptions, of course, are the shows’ guests, some of which are...

Congress Does Something Right: House Finally Passes VAWA!

Elizabeth Field

March 6, 2013

Victims of domestic and sexual violence recently went over 500 days without critically important protections sanctioned by the Violence Against Women Act, first established in 1994 by then-senator Joe Biden and renewed ever since. Well, ever since 500 days ago. In April 2012, the Senate passed a similar...

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